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Photo ID: 2492479
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Boeing RC-135W (717-158)
Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, July 6, 2014
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ZZ664 (cn 18773) The RAF has taken delivery of its first RC-135W "Rivet Joint" as a successor to the Nimrod R1 in the intelligence gathering role. The main features of the "Rivet Joint" are the "hog" nose to accommodate additional SIGINT gathering antenna and the enlarged cheek fairings which house the ELINT reconnaissance systems.
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Photo ID: 2491820
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Boeing RC-135W (717-158)
Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, July 3, 2014
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ZZ664 (cn 18773) Bristling with antennae, this is the RAF's first "Rivet Joint", now in service with 51 Squadron, RAF Waddington. A further two of these highly secretive aircraft are expected to be delivered by 2017.
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Photo ID: 2480481
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Boeing RC-135W (717-158)
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UK - England, July 6, 2014
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ZZ664 (cn 18773) The RAF's latest toy is the Rivet Joint, seen here backtracking Waddington's runway.
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Photo ID: 2474591
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Boeing RC-135W (717-158)
Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, July 5, 2014
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ZZ664 (cn 18773) The RAF’s first Rivet Joint, delivered on 13 November 2013, is seen here arriving back at its base at RAF Waddington after having participated in the station flypast at the start of the station’s 2014 Air Show. Three aircraft were diverted from a USAF order to comprise the RAF’s fleet, which explains the curious hybrid USAF livery with USAF-style lettering spelling-out Royal Air Force along the fuselage. This aircraft was built in 1964 and until recently served as a KC-135R in the USAF.
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Photo ID: 2345355
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Boeing RC-135W (717-158)
Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, November 12, 2013
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ZZ664 (cn 18773) Vulcan 51 comes in to land on runway 20. It is a recently converted USAF KC-135R (64-14833) and is seen here on delivery from Greenville, Texas, in its new guise as the RAF's first RC-135W Rivet Joint. It is the first of three to be converted for use by 51 Sqn.
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